Photo Galleries

All photos are copyright Truro Choral Society, unless indicated otherwise.

Rossini - June 2024

Rossini's Petite Messe Solennelle. We were delighted to welcome singers from Helston Chamber Choir, who had also sung this work recently.
Our former accompanists

Traditionally, Truro Cathedral's Organ Scholar is invited to take on the role of accompanist to Truro Choral Society. Many of them have gone on to considerable success as professional organists, both in the UK and abroad, and the Society has followed their careers with great pleasure.
Come and Sing Mozart's Requiem - June 2023

The event was held jointly by Truro Choral Society and Truro School. Over 250 singers from Cornwall, Devon and much further afield took part in a 2-hour rehearsal, followed by a performance of the Requiem in Truro Cathedral. The soloists were kindly commissioned by Truro School, and the performance was accompanied by Truro School Chamber Orchestra. Thomas Dilley played the Cathedral's Father Willis organ. The photographs are copyright Claire Wilson, LRPS.
Music for a Coronation

A concert given on 11 March 2023, with music to celebrate the forthcoming Coronation of King Charles III
German Requiem - March 2020

This was the final concert given by Truro Choral Society just days before the country went into lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Choral Workshop - February 2020

Paul Martyn-West led a Choral Workshop on Brahms "Ein Deutsches Requiem" on 15 February 2020. The Workshop concluded with a full performance, with soprano soloist Cheryl Rosevear and accompanist Manuel Piazza
Rehearsals 2019

Truro Choral Society in rehearsal, led by Music Director Martin Palmer, with accompanist Manuel Piazza. October 2019. Images are copyright Maria Eugenia Correa Cano.
Music for a Summer's Evening

Truro Choral Society's summer concert 2019
A year in review - 2016/17 season

Some photos of the 2016/2017 choir year
Choral Evensong 2015

Truro Choral Society joined Truro Cathedral Choir for Choral Evensong on 06 November 2015, under the direction of Christopher Gray